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CSPAN
Apr 15, 2013 8:00pm EDT
introduce a bill tomorrow in the united states senate and we don't know what confidence what is in that bill. but we do know that all of the initiatives that have come from the open border side of this argument. we know what democrats think. they do citizenship. they would mail it in if they could, because they see a significant political gain. on the republican side of the aisle. seems to me that they have suspended the full understanding of what goes on in history or what would take place. what are we trying to accomplish, mr. speaker? . . the president said, republicans will never win another national election unless you pass immigration reform. i don't know that we should be looking to the president for advice for republicans. the second part he said was, i'm trying to help you republicans. some of the people believed that, i do not. neither do thinking americans believe that the president of the united states who has been charged with attempting to, let me say, significantly weaken the republican party, would be seriously trying to improve the republican party. what are we trying t
CSPAN
Apr 19, 2013 2:00pm EDT
in the u.s. senate. ofwelcome the fact constructive cooperation. mexico and united states have a very strong relationship. it would create more than $1 million per minute mexico is the most important export market for 22 of the 50 .nited states mexico and the u.s. exports to mexico more than it does to china and japan combined. the u.s. exports to mexico more than it does to any european as a group, and i think it is success. it is something that we have built upon. we can look at it with a north american perspective and find common answers to global problems. i can think of no better partner to work with than secretary kerry, whose peal leadership of some of the ,'s best being recognized from security to climate change, to democratization of human rights. i spoke about our bilateral projects. we are very grateful for that relationship and the work we will do together. in a couple of weeks, we will receive president obama in mexico. we are honored by his decision to travel to our country. this will be the second face-to- face conversation in just over five months, a testament to
CSPAN
Apr 16, 2013 1:00am EDT
united states and its people want this opportunity and that change has played a minor role. it might be the case the senate would see a bill this week. similarly, it is not serendipitous that mexico is not now doing much better. both economically and socially. we have made great strides in order to reach this end we have worked closely with the u.s. toelieve now is the time cash in the hard work. mexico is once again removed. what happens to the faculties across the country is quite different from what some might assume. mexico is on a sustained path of progress. working together every day to overcome them. the mainrst 127 days, political parties signed a wide- ranging political agreement. congress passed already major risk structural of forms. it is not a coincidence the washington post and the new york times, among others, have praised unless. not had a majority in congress since 1997. the mexican economy has expanded mexican have maintained growth since 2009. the gdp has increased from $7,979 in 2009, to 2146 in 2011. above 15,500. , almost four%, a toher rate, and is expected grow 3.5% in the year. this is m
CSPAN
Apr 12, 2013 2:00pm EDT
causing this. these concerns continue in the united states senate today. about emails thing that was raised again by senator boozman. i explain my idea of having a secondary email was started by christie todd whitman and is continued by democrats and the balkans following. one republican had as a moniker, tofu@epa.com. in order to figure out what they need to answer, they have done that. i would like to ask you for the record, i understand the epa inspector general is looking into the agency's emailed management practices. are you aware of this ever and could you describe us what you know as of this date how that is going? >> inspector general is doing an audit, which we are participating in. i certainly feel and i believe the agency does as well that it is a great opportunity for us to have their independent view of what we can do well and approval on. the acting administrator is working closely with them and we are going to be taking their recommendations to heart and doing everything we can improve the system at epa, as we always would. >> ok. i will yield my time to senator vitte
CSPAN
Apr 12, 2013 10:30pm EDT
floor if there were no democrats in the congress of the united states, neither in the senate or house, that frankly your side of the aisle could not pass either the appropriation bills or the revenue bills or tax cuts that are suggested in mr. ryan' at, -- budget, which would accomplish your objective. , think we will never know that which i suppose is a happy circumstance on your side, at the bill will never be put to the test, but having said that, i would hope that we could get , theplace where we say debt limit is not going to be subject to political maneuvering. furthermore, let me say that the bill we have been hearing about -- in "the wall street journal," there was a quote yesterday -- fitch ratings said it was not clear whether the treasury could legally prioritize bond payments over other government obligations. they went on to say, "if it did so, it was very likely the firm would downgrade its replay rating of the u.s. debt." in other words, even if we say ,e are going to pay the debts or as some people have said -- we pay the chinese first -- and not invest in those
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